Scottish Sark Slaughter
In 1448, the English marched towards Scottland to retailate against border incursions. They chose to set up camp between river Sark and Kirtle waterway. The battle started well with longbows hitting the Scots from afar until the Scotts charged and many British were drowned trying to escape.
Size: 24 x 36 inches
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